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This review is from: Corsair M65 Vengeance USB Wired Laser Gaming Mouse
Pros: This had the ability to be amazing
Cons: The right-click is so GD overly sensitive, it renders the mouse completely useless. A fly could land there and it would press the button. You can NOT rest your finger on it without clicking, just brushing it = a click...SO STUPID!
Other Thoughts: I really wanted this mouse to work out because it would have fit my case perfectly (C70) but nope, there we clueless people working the R+D on this.
Guess I will stick with my logitech.
Pros: I wanted the cheapest Triple Digital LCD capable card I could find, this was it, and it works as advertised. No dealing with Display Port adapter non-sense as with many other multiple monitor capable cards.
I have 3 22" Dell 1080P LCDs, 2 hooked up with DVI, 1 with HDMI to DVI. All working perfectly.
Other Thoughts: Not really a con, but if you use an HDMI to DVI adapter, it won't really fit next to the DVI plug without some modding...I cut the rubber around the HDMI adapter to reduce it's width and allow it to fit...working perfectly now.
You could always use a female to male HDMI cable to get around this issue.
Pros: FAST, pretty much everything I did, the time to do it was cut almost in half...boot up, game level loading, itunes loading, etc.
Bought based on great performance reviews online, it seemed to have everything going for it, and after rebate (which I received) it was only $1/GB.
Cons: Drive CRASHED mid BF3 game on me, and upon my PC rebooting, it was no longer found connected to the machine. Now I gotta RMA it.
Aren't SSDs supposed to be MORE reliable than a typical HD because there are no moving parts? Good thing I still got my WD RAptor on hand, booted right up, after YEARS of use...only had this P-O-S- (inappropriate word...how r-e-t-a-r-d-e-d) SSD for like 4 months. LAME Corsair, LAME.
Other Thoughts: I would take a reliable drive over a fast drive ANY DAY. The seconds I save with faster apps loading is NOTHING compared to a sudden system failure, and going days without the C drive because it failed on me. (lucky I had a spare ready to go, no rebuilding needed)
I saw some bad reviews due to drive failure but figured the latest firmware was all that was needed to resolve them. Well I got the latest, and it still failed on me.
Not buying Corsair again.
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